Are you looking for a taxi from Schiphol to Antwerp? Book a Staxi right away! For a fixed price, we will take you from Schiphol Airport to your destination in Antwerp. Because we drive day and night, you can order a taxi at any time.
It doesn’t matter whether you need a taxi immediately or want to order one for a later time. With 600 affiliated drivers, there’s always a taxi near Schiphol Airport to pick you up quickly.
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Always a fixed price in advance
When you book your taxi at Staxi, you always have 100% certainty about what you have to pay at the end of the ride. We give a fixed price in advance for every pre-booked taxi. Moreover, we never charge hidden extras; what you see is what you pay.
Our fixed rates are always per ride (not per person). Our fare is much cheaper than the metered price if you book your taxi with us. So what’s holding you up? Go ahead and book your transfer from Schiphol Airport to Antwerp.
How to get a taxi from Schiphol to Antwerp
There are several ways in which you can book a taxi:
- Via the online fare finder
- With the Staxi App
- Via WhatsApp
- By telephone
Whichever way you order, you always receive a fixed price in advance, from which we do not deviate. You will also receive a booking confirmation by e-mail or text message. And if you pay in advance, you will automatically get the invoice sent to your mailbox after the ride. Now, if that isn’t convenient!
How much does a taxi from Schiphol to Antwerp cost?
How much does a transfer from Schiphol Airport to Antwerp cost? Our prices for a taxi to Antwerp start at € 188.50. Do you book a round trip? Then you’re all set for € 366. And suppose you are travelling with a group or have many suitcases. In that case, you can book a minibus taxi from Schiphol to Antwerp, starting from € 273.50.
For comparison: on the taximeter, a ride from Schiphol to Antwerp costs at least € 406.22. And that is in the best case, without traffic jams, diversions and coffee breaks. For a taxi van, you will pay at least € 508.77 if the driver uses the taximeter.
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Taxi from Schiphol to Antwerp Airport
Has your flight suddenly been moved (for example, due to bad weather), and do you urgently need transport to Antwerp Airport (ANR)? Staxi is ready for you! The fastest way to get from Schiphol to Antwerp Airport is by taxi. At Staxi, you can travel by taxi from Schiphol to Antwerp Airport for as little as € 210.50. You can get a minibus on this route starting from € 306.25.
How long is the drive from Schiphol to Antwerp?
It can be pretty busy on the Schiphol – Antwerp route. The average travel time is between 1 hour and 40 minutes to 2.5 hours, but if you travel during rush hour, it is a good idea to allow at least half an hour extra. The map below shows how long the journey would take if you left now.
What to do in Antwerp?
There is no doubt that there is more to do in Antwerp than in Almelo. But what then? Below are a few of our suggestions for things to do or see during your visit to Antwerp!
The Museum Plantin-Moretus was the residence and printing house of the Plantin-Moretus publishing family. In 1576, book printer and publisher Christoffel Plantin moved into the building on Vrijdagmarkt square. He could store no fewer than 16 printing presses in the building, and there was still room to live. It was not until 1876 that Edward Moretus (a descendant of Plantin’s son-in-law Jan I Moretus) sold the property to the city of Antwerp. A year later, the building became accessible to the public and has remained so to this day as a printing museum.
The museum houses the two oldest printing presses remaining in the world. They date from around 1600, and there is a good chance that Plantin himself operated the presses. You will also find a prosperous 17th-century private library, a beautiful courtyard and ‘the shop’ in the museum; not an overpriced museum shop, but the original bookshop from 1639.
Museum Plantin-Moretus was the first museum to appear on the Unesco World Heritage List. That alone makes it unique!
When visiting Belgium, you should not skip the chocolate. The largest chocolate museum in the world – Chocolate Nation – is in Antwerp. You can easily spend 1.5 hours admiring the most beautiful and tastiest chocolate artworks and follow the journey from bean to bonbon with an informative audio tour. And, at the end of the tour, you’ll get to taste different types of chocolate yourself.
Fort 5 is part of the Defense Line of Antwerp. Construction began in 1859, and the building was completed in 1864. Due to the rapid developments in artillery, it has hardly served as a fortress.
Today, the military structure serves as a co-working space for entrepreneurs and creatives. The area around the fort has been taken over by nature and is popular with hikers. But the stronghold is currently most popular with… bats!
Fort 5 (as well as the other forts of Antwerp’s historic fortress belt) is designated as a bat habitat. The only time you can visit the bat sanctuary is towards the end of August, during a guided tour. But in the 90-hectare green area around the fort, you can relax and enjoy nature all year round.
Frequently asked questions
You will get a fixed price when you pre-book a taxi with us. The exact fare depends on several things:
The distance of the ride
Of course, you will pay less for a shorter ride. However, our rate per kilometre decreases as the total distance increases. That is unique because most taxi companies offer a metered fare based on a fixed amount for each kilometre. As a result, you are off cheaper with Staxi than with other taxi companies.
The type of vehicle
A ride in a regular taxi is cheaper than a ride in a taxi van. When you pre-book your taxi with us, the cost difference between a minibus taxi and a sedan is smaller than when you flag down a cab on the street or get in at a taxi rank. In that case, the driver will charge the meter rate, which is more expensive than our fixed rates.
Supply and demand
Just like a plane ticket or a night in a hotel, the fare for the same trip can fluctuate depending on supply and demand. For example: in extreme weather conditions, such as heavy snow, the need for taxi transport increases rapidly, which makes the price rise. The same journey can also be a lot cheaper, for instance, travelling at a quiet time.
As such, Staxi works with peak and off-peak hours. Our software automatically adjusts the fares based on supply and demand. In quiet moments, you will travel even cheaper with Staxi.
That depends on the location where you want to be picked up. Usually, there is a minimum booking time of 60 minutes. In some areas, it is longer and in others shorter.
Tip: When you book a taxi with the Staxi App, you can see precisely where the driver is and what time he or she will arrive.
At Staxi, you can pay for your taxi in any way you like. Because we work with fixed prices, it is possible to pre-pay via your trusted payment environment, such as iDeal, Sofort or PayPal. Of course, you can also pay securely online with your credit card. Without extra costs!